Check out our new video that explains how to use the new Lightning Out feature in Salesforce.
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It’s no secret that Lightning Out has been out for a while and has been used to build apps that have the same look and feel as Salesforce by using components directly (instead of styling them only) while also hosting them outside of Salesforce. While you can use Aura or Visualforce components, I haven’t seen a lot of tutorials utilizing Lightning Web Components, so I decided to make one.
In this video, we’re doing a public opt-out page hosted outside of Salesforce (GitHub Pages) to update or create records in Salesforce. The video is in more detail, but here are the steps:
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